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Title: The English Circle

Creators: Walt Whitman, Unknown

Date: Undated

Source: The Charles E. Feinberg Collection of the Papers of Walt Whitman, 1839–1919, Library of Congress, Washington, D.C. Transcribed from digital images of the original item.

Whitman Archive ID: loc.03424

Contributors to digital file: Lauren Grewe, Ty Alyea, Nicole Gray, and Matt Cohen



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The English Circle
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very grand " undemonstrative


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F Maddox Brown 37 Fitzroy sq—

in last Scribner—or one before—see sketch of Brown, with portrait


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has family—wife, son, & two daughters


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Rossetti, W.M—lives with 2 sisters & mother near by

Dante Gabriel—worldly pros perous—has a house on Thame

Wm Morris—keeps how Mrs. Morris—beautiful


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Swinburne comes— O'Shaughnessy—(protege of Bulwer


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writes in old style—


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nobl looking fellow—gothic —2d place at Dean Trench's —aristocratic place —breakfast at 12


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Browning is the liveliest little man you ever saw in your life not so very small either


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picture in Browning's room —sketched by D.G. Rossetti


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Fred. Locker, (very intimate friend of Tennyson) comes 50 years old—solid "Locker's Lyrics"—


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Lady Hardy wife of Sir Thos. Hardy


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Karl Blind —his daughter


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Misrs. Liynn Linton "Saturday Review" —perhaps 150 or 200 people Lots of Editors


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Ford Maddox Brown 37 Fitzroy Sq. W. London Eng


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Swinburne Henley on Thames


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331 55th st


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NIAGARA FALLS, N Y Sunday, .... 18.....




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